In a new series, we at The Brooklyn Game examine the players on this Nets roster that have a decision to make — and what the Nets can do. Today’s look is at Andray Blatche. What the Nets can offer Andray Blatche:
TORONTO, ON. — Visibly distraught, Nets center Andray Blatche sat at his seat in the visitor’s locker room. He gazed at the hoard of media waiting to ask him about the the play: “the pass,” a play that’ll live infamously in Brooklyn Nets lore, sitting firmly next to C.J. Watson’s blown dunk in Game 4 […]
Here’s a roundup of last night’s Nets festivites: What happened: The Nets thoroughly obliterated a Denver Nuggets team that is a shell of its healthy self, setting the tone early by going up 29-8 after the first quarter and never letting it get closer than 20 points in atypical Nets fashion. The Nets won the […]
The Nets may have something close to a full roster — without Brook Lopez, of course — when they face the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday. Guard Joe Johnson, forward Andrei Kirilenko, and center Andray Blatche all did physical work with the team in today’s practice, getting through without any injuries, according to reports from […]
Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Johnson and forward Andrei Kirilenko will sit out against the Philadelphia 76ers Monday, coach Jason Kidd announced before the game. Johnson, who was named to the Eastern Conference All-Star team as a reserve has dealt with right knee tendinitis for some time, according to Kidd, but hasn’t let it keep him […]
The 2014 Brooklyn Nets don’t sulk while down 10 points early in the first quarter. That’s so 2013. This steal and breakaway bucket from Andray Blatche encapsulates that tenacity. Blatche’s quick hands on the defensive end led to a steal and a one-man fast break. Instead of passing up to a guard, Blatche went full Blatche […]
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As Nets announcer and New York broadcaster of the year Ian Eagle might say, it was TOO. MUCH. BLATCHENESS. If there’s ever been a worse three minute stretch in Andray Blatche’s career, please feel free to show it to me. “Dray Live” played just about 180 seconds of the first quarter, racked up two fouls, […]